Bio Lab Final - SLIDES&whatyoushouldknow...

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RAT  Trachea Liver Kidneys Heart Reproductive system/glands Identify female from male Pulmonary artery Lungs Diaphragm Renal vein and artery Brachial artery Subclav. Artery Stomach Spleen Pancreas Dorsal root ganglion (from cross-section of spinal cord) CRICKET Ovipositor Only the males stridulate PLANT Cross-section of stem or root or leaf Identify xylem (appears blue under UV) Identify color of lignin (red, stained by safranin)  Guard cells, xylem (lignin) Cross-section of leaf endodermal tissue OTHER THINGS TO KNOW Deductive vs. inductive Lots of info from the last 3 labs Heart movement during P, QRS, & T
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[Questions #1-30 are slides. Here are a few of them without the answers but with notes  that we were able to get a copy of.] Answer the following questions about the rat anatomy experiment. (15 pts) 1. (slide) What is the name of the structure indicated? a. b. Esophagus (without rings) c. Trachea (rings) d. Thymus gland (glob above the heart) e. Bronchus (either of 2 main branches of trachea) 2. (slide) What is the name of the structure indicated? a. Vena cava (drain from upper body, empties to atrium) b. Pulmonary artery (carries venous blood from tight ventral heart) c. Pulmonary vein (carries O2 blood from lungs to left atrium) d. Brachiocephalic artery (arises from arch of aorta) e. Aorta 3. (slide) The structure in the previous question carries blood a. Into the systematic circuit (aorta) b. Into the pulmonary circuit (pulmonary artery) c. To the heart from the systematic circuit (vena cava) d. To the heart from the pulmonary circuit (pulmonary vein) e. From the left to the right side of the heart 4. (slide) What is the name of the structure indicated? a. Thymus gland b. Lung c. Ventricle (lower halves of the heart) d. Liver (huge black mass below heart) e. Atrial flap 5. (slide) What is/are the major functions(s) of the structure in the previous  question? a. Pumping of blood (ventricle) b. Maturation of T-lymphocytes (thymus gland) c. Site of blood return to the heart (atrial flap) d. Gas exchange (lungs) e. Storage of glycogen, detoxification of substances, production of bile (liver) 6. (slide) What is the name of the structure indicated? a. Diaphragm (between lungs and liver) b. Rib cage (bony covering of thoracic cavity)
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c. Stomach (right side below liver) d. Liver e. Lung 7. (slide) What is the name of the structure indicated? a.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course BIO 206L taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Bio Lab Final - SLIDES&whatyoushouldknow...

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